There are so many different bubble tea flavours you can get, usually milky or fruity.
Even selling mochi – so Asian!
All the different flavoured pearls were lined up.
Erin and I scanned the menu as I thought of what to get. I ended up doing what I usually do and asking them what they recommended. They said taro was their most popular flavour – they gave me a sniff of the powder and said that it tasted like a bit like cookies and cream. It’s purple in colour and it’s actually a vegetable. Hmmm so adventurous.
Bubbly is a pretty cute place. It’s quite big and colourful, and you can tell it’d be happening… if it was full.
I absolutely love this pin board of polaroids.
But this was by far my favourite part.
It was a virtual graffiti wall with a spray-can sensor.
I obviously got overexcited, as I do. What better to do whilst I wait?
My work of art.
I was clearly very proud of it!
My drink was ready and waiting for me by the time I was done. Such Asian packaging! Made me a little homesick.
I’m not quite sure if I enjoyed taro. I know it’s their most popular flavour, but I love chocolate milk so I really should have gone for chocolate instead.
And as trendy as it is, I still fucking hate bubble tea. Never going to doubt myself again.